Cooler Master introduces GXII Pro power supply units

Cooler Master introduces GXII Pro power supply units

The acclaimed Taiwanese maker of cooling solutions and power supply units Cooler Master has presented the second generation of its GX power supply units (PSU), aimed at moderate gamers. The so-called GXII Pro line now includes five models with power output of 400, 450, 550, 650 and 750 watts.

The new PSUs measure 150 x 140 x 86 mm and are fully modular. All GXII Pro models support the 80 Plus Bronze certificate and all Intel Haswell processor power saving features. The PSUs are built around Japanese capacitors and feature one 120 mm cooling fan. In addition to this, users of GXII Pro PSUs can feel protected because the new Cooler Master products have full support against OVP, SCP and UVP events. The 400W model offers ATX, EPS12V, PCI-E Power 6-pin, five SATA Power, two molex 4-pin and two FDD power connectors.

In case you want one of these PSUs you should know that they start at USD 79.

Source: Cooler Master

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